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Teun Grit [Linux Commands]
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         --Select "​SSH"​ which is under "​Connection"​         --Select "​SSH"​ which is under "​Connection"​
         --Select "​Tunnels"​         --Select "​Tunnels"​
-  - Enter a source port, e.g. 5909 +  - Enter a source port, e.g. 5909Enter a destination port, e.g. machine_name:​5909 ​ NOTE: the 9 in this example is the display numberThis is up to you to decide on, 1-9If you the display number is already in use, select a different number
-      ​Enter a destination port, e.g. machine_name:​5909 +
-      ​NOTE: the 9 in this example is the display number +
-            ​This is up to you to decide on, 1-9 +
-            ​If you the display number is already in use, +
-            ​select a different number+
   - Click on "​ADD"​   - Click on "​ADD"​
-  - elect "​Session"​ at the top of the "​Category"​ box +  - elect "​Session"​ at the top of the "​Category"​ boxYou are now back at the beginning window 
-      ​You are now back at the beginning window +  - Give your session a name, e.g. machine_name and select "​SAVE"​
-  - Give your session a name, e.g. machine_name and  +
-      ​select "​SAVE"​+
 This session with the tunneling ports set up is now saved. This session with the tunneling ports set up is now saved.
-You now double click on the session name you created and a login  +You now double click on the session name you created and a login window appears
-     window appears.+ 
 +Login using your CS Linux login and password. You now need to start a VNC session.
  
-Login using your CS Linux login and password. 
-You now need to start a VNC session. 
 Here is an example for starting a VNC session: Here is an example for starting a VNC session:
        ​vncserver :3 -geometry 1600x1200 &        ​vncserver :3 -geometry 1600x1200 &
-In this example, the server is starting a sesion on display "​3",​ so +In this example, the server is starting a sesion on display "​3",​ so I would have set up putty for port 5903.  If I set up for port 5909,
-I would have set up putty for port 5903.  If I set up for port 5909,+
 my startup command would be: my startup command would be:
        ​vncserver :9 -geometry 1600x1200 &        ​vncserver :9 -geometry 1600x1200 &
-The geometry settings should correspond to the resolution settings of +The geometry settings should correspond to the resolution settings of your monitor.
-your monitor.+
  
 Now you simply start your VNC client and enter "​machine_name:​display_number"​ Now you simply start your VNC client and enter "​machine_name:​display_number"​
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